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Take a closer look at cruise with Cruise Adviser’s in-depth analysis. Here, you will find experts sharing their opinions on itineraries, ships, cruise trends and the travel industry.

 

Cruise Adviser covers the entire cruise industry, from the smallest ships to the largest, expedition vessels to ultra-luxury yachts. It is published 10 times a year — monthly, with double issues in January and July. 

 

Uniquely aimed at front-line travel agents, two thirds of readers say the magazine has helped them make a sale. Click here to read the magazine or email info@cruise-adviser.com to request a print copy. Its sister magazine, Solus, is published twice a year.

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The shift to all-inclusive

One of the many benefits of cruising is knowing exactly what you are paying for and having the cost taken care of upfront. More cruise lines are opting to…

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Comment: The rise of the cruise excursion

Simonne Fairbanks of Cruisingexcursions.com explains why trips ashore are bigger and better Although cruise ships have been around for about 150 years, it was the 1960s that marked the…

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Cruise Nation’s Expansion into TV

The UK’s love of overseas holidays is ever apparent and more travellers are turning to the cruise industry as their holiday of choice – whether as first-time or regular…

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Is small ship cruising here to stay?

The rise of mega ships, with their vast range of facilities and amenities, has undoubtedly changed the face of mainstream ocean cruising. Even river cruise ships are trying to…

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The rise of long-haul

After a number of surprises in 2016 there has been an element of uncertainty as to what 2017 holds for the travel industry, but the UK cruise market hasn’t…